Jamarama Day at MDJH

Jamarama Day 2019 was a great success, and both staff students enjoyed spending the day in their PJs. All for a worthy cause, as all donations that came in today will be donated to the Janeway Children’s Hospital.

Hallowe’en for Hunger

This year on Halloween, we are having an event called Hallowe’en for Hunger. This is a food drive where MDJH students will ask for non-perishable food items when they go trick-or-treating on Hallowe’en. All proceeds/donations received will go to the Ronald McDonald House.

How can you contribute? On Hallowe’en, when students are trick-or-treating, you can donate non-perishable food items. Students will then bring collected food to MDJH the following day, November 1st.

Thank you for your help and support!

Project Thanksgiving Toasty Toes

MDJH is supporting Project Thanksgiving Toasty Toes to collect donations of warm socks (sized for ages 12 and up) and personal care items to support Thrive Community Centre. Thrive is a non-profit organization in St. John’s providing support and services to empower vulnerable individuals (ages 12 and up) who struggle with issues including education, sexual exploitation, trauma, mental health and addictions.

A collection box has been placed in the main office where students and parents can drop off donations.

Last day for donations is Halloween, Thursday, October 31st.

Québec City classique 2020

For Grade 8 and 9 Late and Early Immersion Students, there will be a parent meeting on Thursday October 24 at 7 PM in the MDJH Library for students interested in taking part in the Quebec Trip. Interested students can see Ms. Houlihan, Mr. Thorne, or Mr. West.

For more information, click here.